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in his own defense. his attorneys have stayed tight-lipped so far but there is speculation that bulger will want to testify. he's facing a slew of charges, including 19 counts of murder. if he's found guilty of even some at age 83, he'll likely spend the rest of his life in prison. robert fitzpatrick wrote a book about trying to stop bulger. this case has been full of fireworks. deborah feyerick has been live. bring us up to date on this case. >> his lawyers have asked that the jury be sequestered during deliberations. prosecutors are against it and the judge is going to have to decide that. it's still not clear whether bulger is going to testify. they are going to testify over the period of two witnesses. key among them, a mother whose daughter was killed by bulger and her ex-boyfriend. she's going to be called to testify that her daughter was being sexually molested by the man and therefore he had a greater motive to kill her. also on this list of witnesses is a crime associate who is likely to take the fifth. the reason is that he was actually implicated in one of the murders. now,
of the big activities was the defense spending bill. what is the headlines coming out of that discussion? guest: the headline has to do with the national security agency. it was a very close vote. it shows how divided the house -200epresentatives, 217 five, to keep allowing the nsa to collect telephone records. host: explain it to those that are not following it closely. many: i don't imagine too people do not understand it. this is the national security agency that was found to be collecting phone calls. they are randomly collecting phone calls under court orders from a secret court. certainly a lot of people do not want to be listened to. this was all covered by edward snowden, now sitting in the moscow airport. to stop a vote to try this practice, which was authorized by congress as part of the patriot act after 9/11. host: the amendment did not survive? guest: it did not survive. it does not explain how that would happen. host: who supported this amendment and who opposed it? we saw a lot of things that you probably did not see before. we have liberal democrats who did not like the g
glimpse of its military, taking media on tour of its bases. the defense ministry showing off some of china's latest and most sophisticated anti-aircraft and anti-ship weapons. >>> and pope francis opening up a news conference on his flight back to rome from brazil. the pontiff saying he enjoyed his first be overseas trip saying he especially liked the minimal security, that was a little wit controversial. he traveled amongst the crowds without bulletproof glass or armored cars, and he liked it. he also hinted his next trip may be to asia. jon: now this fox news weather alert. hawaii is bracing for heavy rains and strong winds from tropical storm frost si. the storm weakened over the past few hours, but sustained winds of up to 60 miles an hour are expected today. meteorologists warn flash flooding, tornadoes and mud slides also possible. hawaii's governor already declaring a state of perjury there. residents are hard at work getting ready stocking up at basics at grocery stores and other places. of others, including boat owners, are trying to make sure everything is tied down. some have de
>> shepard: the news begins anew. the defense it set to make the case for "whitey" bulger, charged with 19 brutal murders. the trial has already seen explosive testimony. screaming matches. lots of f bombs, and now there's a chance that "whitey" bulger himself may take the stand. also, we're hearing soon we'll get a verdict in the biggest leak of classified information this country has ever seen. a controversial case that could put army private bradley manning in prison for the rest of his life. we'll break down with the judge, judge andrew napolitano, but a whole water park is shut down now an young swimmer caught a deadly parasite, one that eats away your brain. we'll talk to a doctor about what families need to know on how to prevent it. that's all ahead, unless breaking news changes everything. on "studio b." >> shepard: fir from fox at 3:00 in new york city. the mob trial of "whitey" bulger, and the case moves to the defense now. lawyers for the accused mob boss said, yes, he ran a criminal enterprise for decades. still they say he did not take part in any of the 19 murders wi
, let me get to you react to what mark o'mara, the defense attorney for george zimmerman posted a little while ago, while juror b-29 is a model juror. "people may disagree with self-defense laws but a juror's job is not to decide what a law should be, her job is to apply the facts presented at trial to the laws they are instructed about. this is the eence of what we seek in a juror, the at to use one as common sense, apply the law to the facts, agree not to be swayed by sympathy or emotion, no matter how loudly it's argued by the prosecutors and decide a lawful and fair verdict." do you agree that juror b-29 was a, quote, model juror? >> well, i don't know if she was a model juror or not. i certainly think that she approached the process in good faith. i don't think there's any reason to doubt that she did that. but i think jeffrey makes a good point. what is really clear when we hear this juror speak is that she really misunderstood the law. she did not appropriately apply the law to the facts because she didn't understand it. and the reason why she didn't understand it could be because
, the department of defense at the top of the list, in making sure that those dollars go to american companies. but there are circumstances in which the buy-american provisions are waived. there are a number of ways that you can waive those provisions, but it's important for us to have full transparency and disclosure when the department of transportation and when fhwa is considering awarding a major project funded by american taxpayers to a foreign company. you see, when the buy-american statute is waived the requirement that american material be used is null and void. and so what this bill says is that when the fhwa provides public notice that they are considering waiving the buy-america clause for a particular project, that they include in that public notice a consideration of the impact on american jobs. it's worth knowing whether a waiver is simply going to result in the loss of ten american jobs or the loss of 500 american jobs, and this amendment very simply says that when a waiver to the buy-america law is pending, that we should know from the department of transportation and from fhwa
21 months. the confederates were confined to the sort of defensive warfare that they could least afford. after gettysburg, the sun never shone for the south again. but there were other costs for the confederacy imposed by gettysburg beyond the simple fact that defeat and discouragement and disarmament. the army of northern virginia reported 2592 killed, 12,700 would, and 4150 captured or missing after gettysburg. 20,451 casualties in all based on the data that we have collected by the army of northern virginia is chief medical officer, lafayette deal. i see alexander webb has come back. that's encouraging. but the mouse i was going to click has not. [laughter] [applause] >> powerful little thing, isn't it. there is our numbers. they look even worse in cold print. given the inadequacy of military record-keeping in the civil war, there were, for instance, no grace or registration years. these losses suffered by the army of northern virginia may have been even higher than these official figures. but even beyond the simple numerical shock of the casualty lists, lee's army suffered a
for managing park concessionaires so much of model used by the defense department and its base exchanges and recreational facilities and to pursue bonding and revolving loans. i would like to mention fenty the significant impact of sequestration from the budgetary cuts to the national park service and its related bureaus. sequestration was designed to be inflexible damaging and indiscriminate and it is. it is undermining the work we need to do one or many fronts. it's increasing increasing our backlogs and eroding our workforce and differing important work. to conclude the national park service will continue to pursue new and creative ways to address its funding needs and i want to thank our many partners who are here who have come to us with these ideas and i appreciate the support of congress to resolve this extraordinary challenge. thank you. >> director jarvis thank you very much. because of the numbers of senators here i'm just going to ask one question of director jarvis to get us started and recognize my colleagues. director jarvis or decades the park service has recommended expan
much. >>> starting today, the defense has its turn in the whitey bulger trial. the big question, will the alleged crime boss take the stand? a live update from boston, next. i dbefore i dosearch any projects on my home. i love my contractor, and i am so thankful to angie's list for bringing us together. find out why more than two million members count on angie's list. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they help save you up to thousands in out-of-pocket costs. call today to request a free decision guide. with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients... plus, there are no networks, and you'll never need a referral to see a specialist. join the millions who have already enrolled in the only medicare supplement insurance plans endorsed by aarp... a
, they are not necessary. the law of self-defense worked well for years and years an years. and i think there is a determination, and i was proud that both the attorney general and the president, as well as many others, have commented -- john mccain's words that these laws should be reviewed -- were also welcome, that there is a growing consensus that these laws are inconsistent with safe communities. our own poll shows race relations are, 50% of whites think race relations are fairly or very good, but only 38% of african-americans. you think that that's the impact of the verdict, partly? >> there's no doubt that the verdict has had an impact. it's, to some extent, affected people's confidence in the criminal justice system. i think that we've seen conflict and a lot of of tough language being played out indeed in the media. i remain optimistic and hopeful that reasonable minds, that people who are ready to understand that while we've come a great distance when it comes to race and race relations in this nation, in the 21st century there is a lot of unfinished work and that we've got to
to the public and under oath, and he abused his pow other, and so, at least wiener has a defense that he didn't abuse his power as a congressman to try to cover up the scandal. >> kiki, a lot of interest in the scandal has to do with her connection to hillary clinton. that's the way it is. you can't ignore it. when you listen to what hillary clinton said about her husband's scandal versus what she said about anthony wiener, there are similarities. here they are. >> i think it's real dangerous in this country if we don't have some zone of privacy for everybody. >> i do very strongly believe that that is between us and our marriage. >> i'm sitting here, because i love him, and i respect him, and i honor what he's been through and what we've been through together. >> i love him. i have forgiven him. i believe in him. and as we have said through the beginning, we are moving forward. >> how does replaying that specific moment of hillary and bill clinton, which frankly a lot of people have forgotten -- that moment on the couch -- how does that not hurt hillary clinton? >> look, the reality is what
of the naacp, legal defense and educational fund. barbara who is executive director and president of the lawyers committee, the civil rights under law. which by the way is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year having been founded by president kennedy in response to violence against those who sought to register voters in the past. tom, who is president of the mexican american legal defense and educational fund, bringing more lawsuits in the area of voting rights than almost any other latino organization and particularly focused in texas right now. laura, who represents the american civil liberties union, washington national office, who reminded all of us about the important work that the aclu is doing, bringing over 300 voting rights cases currently. ere's rosalyn brock, chairperson of the naacp, the nation's oldest and largest civil human rights organization. there are state lenl slators, 'm sorry, there's margaret fung. we have state legislators from texas, from alabama, from georgia, from florida. this is really a broad and diverse group. the national coalition of black civ
christie. >> senator paul wants to start looking at where he's going to cut spending to afford defense? maybe he should start looking at cutting the pork barrel spending he brings home to kentucky at $1.51 for every $1 and not look at new jersey, where we get 61 cents for every dollar, maybe senator paul could, you know, deal with that when he's trying to deal with the reduction of spending on the federal side, but i doubt he would because most washington politicians only care about bringing home the bacon so that they can get reelected. >> what did you think of that? >> well just not true. i don't vote to bring home any bacon because i told the people of kentucky when i ran for office there wasn't any money up here and i would try to vote to keep more of their money in kentucky by lowering their taxes but i wasn't bringing anything home because we were $1 trillion short. governor christie can't point to any votes that i've ever voted to bring pork barrel projects to any state. i do work to try to bring money home from overseas and use it here at home but really it's just not accurate.
in sports. lance armstrong now says the postal service should have known he was doping. that's his defense to a $120 million federal whistle-blower lawsuit. the u.s. postal service says he and others defrauded the government with the use of performance-enhancing drugs. armstrong's image, as you know, has taken a huge beating. he explained just a few days ago. >> the reaction and fallout was more than i expected, but that's life. i'm a big boy. >>> batting average reporters join us now. good morning. >> good morning. >> you guys broke this story. i mean, seriously, lance armstrong is blaming the u.s. post office for his own doping? >> it's a legal defense with a lot of chutzpa. basically my fraud was all over the news and there were rumors of it. so it's a very interesting defense. >> but vanessa, he denied doping. >> and in this country, a lot of people believed his denials, of course, for so long. it's interesting that his lawrence are -- that they renewed sponsorship at a time when there were allegations about doping. most of them were covered in europe, but didn't really make their way
on the same day congress was debating the defense authorization bill and an amendment that would block all u.s. aid to egypt. >> we are reviewing our obligations under the law and are consulting with congress about the way forward. given the current situation in egypt, we do not believe it is appropriate to move forward with the delivery of f-16s at this time. >> reporter: u.s. official sources tell fox that the egyptian military's not all that worried about not receiving those f-16s at this point in time. they believe that eventually something will be worked out and that those f-16s will be delivered. rick: okay. so what about reaction from the egyptian military? >> reporter: well, the egyptian army is calling for nationwide protests in egypt tomorrow to counter the demonstrations staged by the muslim brotherhood of late which is pushing for the release of president morsi whose family claims that he was kidnapped by the army. there's no word where president morsi is at this time. egyptian opposition groups have criticized the administration's wishy washy approach to the situation. >> i feel
that congress will stop the cuts. >> the impacts of sequestration, like the furloughs of 650,000 defense workers now, keep piling up, the pressure is going to grow among republicans to come to the table. >> reporter: about that jobs prediction, some leading republicans say employers are reluctant to hire with obama care on the horizon, and they know part-time employment is the growth area. bret? >> mike, thank you. >>> in our latest "it's all your money" segment, since the worst of the financial crisis, belt tightening has become popular again with individuals and families. most by necessity with fewer dollars coming in, less can be spent on frivolous things. but it's been a self-imposed necessity. a choice. well, now in california, those already struggling to get by may be forced, forced to live with even less now in hopes of having more in the future. we explain. >> thinking about retirement, they're thinking about today and i need my money to eat today, not to retire with. >> reporter: the california solution, force employers who don't offer retirement plans to withhold 3% of every worker's p
is criminal defense attorney. good morning and welcome to you, sema. she seems to be going over the same thing again. let's play another clip. >> for myself, he's guilty. because the evidence shows he's guilty. >> he's guilty of? >> killing trayvon martin. but we couldn't prove that intentionally he killed him. >> i know i went the right way because the law, the way it was followed is the way i went. but tpeultd have used my heart i probably would have went hung jury. >> so for some that's going to seem very contradictory. interpret what she's saying. do you agree there's a difference between what your heart wants and what the law tells you to do. >> i think there's no polygraph in that jury room so go with your heart. no one would have challenged her verdict. i don't understand why she chose, and i say chose, to interpret the law the way she has been doing. right now this interview that she's giving is just to essuage the public and the parents and justify this contradictory verdict, as you say. she makes very confounding statements, right? she says in the clip that you just played, she says
bulger wants the jury at his trial cut off from media, their homes and their families. defense attorneys filed a motion to have the jury sequestered. they claim that all the bad press about their client will influence the jury's decision. bulger faces a sweeping racketeering indictment that includes allegations that he participated in 19 murders. >>> anthony weiner is vowing to continue his run for new york city's mayor despite his latest setback. his campaign manager resigned after weiner admitted to steamy chats after he resigned in congress. he spoke out after visiting a church in brooklyn. >> no campaign is ever easy. you want this tough job, you have to be prepared to do the tough things. i'm betting that people are more interested in hearing solutions to their problems than hearing about things in my background. and we'll see if that's the case. >> weiner's chief rival in the case christine quinn also says that he is not qualified to lead the city. >>> well, straight ahead, here is a loaded question for you. how do you make $53 million in diamonds and jewels disappear into thin air
defense. that's unacceptable. >> congress has until september 30th to strike a new agreement to fund the government to avoid a potential shutdown. >>> senator tom coburn is speaking out against a group of fellow republicans who raised the idea of withholding funding unless obama care is defunded. he said supporters of the idea are being dishonest adding it's a denial of reality. senator mike lee, who along with rubio, paul and cruz, is leading the effort to stop obama care, admitted the government will likely get its funding while adding it's a compliment to receive criticism on both sides of the aisle. and president obama's responding to critics who fault him for delaying a requirement that businesses provide insurance to their employees. >> there's not an action i take that you don't have some folks in congress who say that i'm usurping my authority. some of those folks say i you surp my authority by saying i have the gall to win the presidency. and i don't think that's a secret. ultimately, i'm not concerned about their condition opinions. >> glen green wall is not just saying it'
. the giants still won behind stellar pitching and smothering defense and timely hitting and even though they used a different closer down the stretch, this one still had a beard to fear. >> baseball legend and former giants player willie mays attended the celebration. the giants hope to snap out of their last-place slump when they kick off a six-game road trip tomorrow. >>> still ahead at noon, the most common food items sending an alarming rate of children to the hospital. >> a high-profile jewelry heist in france is one of the biggest in history. the one clue leading police on the hunt. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the kpix 5 weather center. the clouds trying to break up but today likely going to be the coolest day of the week. we'll talk about that coming up. we're gettin' cereal. 'cause over 40 general mills cereals are 130 calories or less per serving. just look for the g. boom! that's how nutrition is done, people. [ laughs ] ♪ [ female announcer ] hey ladies. you love it. you've got to have it. cinnamon toast crunch, 'cause that cinnamon and sugar is so irresisti
that could discredit a key witness who helped convict ingmar guandique of levy's death. defense attorneys have said they intend to request a new trial based on the information. levy's 2001 disappearance became international news after she was romantically linked with then- modesto rep. gary condit. eight people, including three children, were injured after an explosion shook this south philadelphia neighborhood late saturday morning. one home was destroyed and two others were heavily damaged. neighbors pitched in to help rescue those inside the homes. witnesses explains what happened. >>:"i saw the whole house was down. i saw the house next to it was falling over. i saw firemen. this dude was burnt up. they were hosing him down with the fire hose." "he was running out of the house with burn marks from head to toe. he was bleeding from his side and he was just asking for help." after more than an hour of searching, rescuers determined no one else was trapped under the rubble. fire officials confirming it was a natural gas explosion. and their search for a cause now centers on work being do
their death. now, the defense is going to have to try to show, look, there were just too many things that happened to hold him responsible for it. it's unfortunate, but he could not have foreseen this would happen and you shouldn't hold him accountable for this. that's a tough argument the defense has. the state has a pretty strong case because these women would not be dead if he hadn't been acting with gross negligence. >> it is tragic as you say all the way around. we'll follow it and see if it goes all the way through. monica lindstrom, thank you. >> thank you. >>> a graying and humbled o.j. simpson says he is sorry for the crimes that put him in prison. perhaps for the rest of his life. here he was. appeared by video feed before nevada's parole board in support of his plea that he be granted parole for burglary, robbery and kidnapping convictions. simpson is serving a 33-year sentence and would still have to serve at least four years on two other charges, eve fn the board rules in his favor. describing his clean prison record, simpson said he is a mentor to other inmates. >> i th
intimidating women but denied allegations of sexual harassment. >>> the defense is expected to begin calling witnesses today in the racketeering trial of accused mobster whitey bulger. some prosecution witnesses gave grisly testimony of his alleged involvement in 19 murders and other crimes. it's not clear if he plans to testify in his own defense. >>> later this morning, three former opinion state officials will go -- three former penn state officials will go before a judge. the judge will decide whether the former president, vice president and athletic director will face the crimes of covering up the crimes of jerry sandusky who was convicted of abuse last year. >>> one of the three women held captive for a decade made a public appearance in cleveland. amanda berry and her family joined a rapper at a festival. her appearance came a day after ariel castro pleaded guilty to 937 counts for keeping berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight captive in his home for years. >>> time now about 10 minutes before 6:00. to catch a thief that made off with $53 million in jewels in cans. >> and they're of
guess. for a white house playing defense with things like the irs controversy and the national security leaks and obama care glitches, it's taken the offensive on this issue for good reason. we're talking about more than economic recovery for the white house. this is about power and politics, boll declaring war on enemies with specific terms. john brabender is a republican extravagant gist and margie o'mara is a democratic pollster and strategist. he's laying down what looks to be the beginning of discussion. republicans would love corporate tax cuts a drop he's offering from 38 down to 25 for manufacturing. he said going to spend more money on highways something republicans have always supported. they love spending money on highways. they love to spend that money, it means economic development in rural areas. number three saying minimum wage. all the republicans have to do is say we liking that corporate tax cut. yes to that, on the infrastructure, as long as you don't waste money. on real construction and three the minimum wage i'm not going that high. we'll give you a little bit. we'
and the irs. for a white house that has found itself playing defense with things like the irs controversy and the national security leagues and obama care glitches, he has taken the offensive on this issue, and for good reason. we're talking about more than just an economic recovery for the white house. this is about power politics. this is obama declaring war on his enemies with specific terms. marg by o'mara is a democratic pollster and strategist. here is what i think he is doing. he is laying down what looks to be the beginning of a discussion. republicans would love corporate tax cuts, a drop he is offering from down to 25 for manufacturing. he is also going to spend more money on highways, something republicans have always supported. republicans love spending money on highways. they come from rural areas. they love to spend that money. number three minimum wage. all republicans have to do, john, play mr. republican here and say we like that corporate tax cut. yes to that. on the infrastructure, we'll do it as long as you don't waste money on what it's spent. on real construction. i
do. i think it is a defensible program. i think it's a necessary program but certainly there is question it raise ad lot of questions in the minds of the american people and we've had some of those questions answered i think, both from the president and then in congressional testimony from leaders of the intelligence community but i think people have a lot more questions and this debate that we're having is healthy. what we haven't seen the president do aside from his one brief appearance is lay this out and make the case as to why exactly this is necessary. i think he is ought to do that, if he believes that we need to continue these programs an white house is on the record saying that they do, we need to hear from the president exactly what kind of threats we're facing and exactly how these are likely to be thwarted by the continuation of these programs. bill: thank you. peter king up next hour for that very topic. he voted against the amendment and keep the nsa program in place. stephen hayes, our north star shining brightly in washington. martha. martha: for the fir
through. >> in defense, i am sure, there are excellent, outstanding tsa people. >> i know some they're great. >> seems too many aren't. get this worked out. >>> at least four workers injured by an explosion and fire at the propane plant in central florida are still listed in critical condition. flames out now. intensity of the fire is a apparent. canisters that exploded are strewn around the ground. the heat melted cars parked nearby. investigators believe last night's blast and fire was caused either by equipment malfunction or human error. >>> parts of italy recovering from a tornado outbreak. one twister caught on camera from the inside out as it touched down near milan. a man inside his apartment with a cell phone rolling as shredded debris swirled outside. thanks to his huge picture windows, he had an incredible view of the tornado spinning a few feet away. fortunately, only a handful of people were injured. >>> let's take a look at today's weather here at home. clear early with rain late among most parts of the east coast. showers. thunderstorms around the great lakes, as well
that everything ought to be on the table, particularly defense spending. but our future dead comes on the other side of the budget and remains untouched and puts programs on on a paper like asial security and medicaid a way to protect poor people. threatss been a lot of that we were told that the sky "the washington post" did a story a few weeks ago looking at all the 46 steps that we have heard, how many materialized and only 11 and one of the things that is particularly interesting to doug about when we talk about in frustration, which by the way is amount of money that affects the growth of spending. we don't really know how it will play out because government agencies have the ability -- for instance, we heard that it would be devastating for defense they would lose $800 billion for lockheed martin alone. they just announced their profit and they are up 10% in spite of sequestration. so i think there is a way of handling training people and -- handling threatening people and we agree that it is not the best way to go about cutting spending or being fiscally responsible. i don't think all th
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number or superior to remain. you adopt a defensive strategy. and this will work for you for a reason that's really important. we don't have to win. they have to win. as long as we don't lose, we win. and that's what happens. we never really when the war. they just decide to give up. you know, at the end of the war on the trees and there's over 3,000 british troops still in north america. but they just decided to leave. washington learns this lesson and some of 1776 or the thought process that leaves at the the lesson is that at that time to the it's hard for him to accept this. a potentially, he does. and if you think about it, many of the great generals in world history are losers. hannibal, napoleon, robert e. lee rommel. washington was not a good general. he lost more battles than he won. but he was a winner. he was a winner because of his resilience and the insight he had at the strategic level. i think my time is kind of up. i will end with one somewhat controversial question or statement. when the war in iraq was ratcheting up, i got a call from one of the hotbeds of the l.a. t
priorities by funding defense. that's unacceptable, he won't do that. >> steve rattner, what do we see regarding this struggle that we haven't seen before? >> we have two potential government shutdowns. one, the congress has to do something to pass a continuing resolution or something else to fund the government past september 30th, or else it shuts down. and then sometime in november we probably hit the debt ceiling limit and the government can't borrow money so it can't spend money. the administration, among the many things they've tried to do this past week, which i think are worthy, to get people refocused on the economy and get people focused due to the lack of responsibility on capitol hill, we could be setting for another set of cliffs and deadline, the same kind of things that, as jack pointed out, are destructive for the economy. >> so let's fold this into the conversation. there are mixed messages when it comes to how americans are dealing with the overall economy. a survey finds 80% of adults at some point in their lives deal with near poverty, joblessness and dependence on
are expected to discuss a witness who could be discredited. defense attorneys say they plan on asking for a new trial based on information about that website. >>> time is 5:35. four men facing charges after a beach patrol route led to a major drug bust. now a life guard was on patrol saturday morning at shark tooth beach when he saw something suspicious. suspicious looking boat. he called the police. investigators found they say they found 1200 pounds of marijuana on that boat. worth an estimated $2 million. police arrested three men from los angeles, one from arizona, they were found hiding nearby. >> i come here quite often to santa cruz and along the coast. i'm glad that it was intercepted. >> police say the marijuana was wrapped in 175 separate bundles. they also say that the kind of boat where the marijuana was found is often used to smuggle drugs in from mexico to the u.s.. >>> protestors decided to keep camping out at the downtown berkeley post office for two nights now they have pitched their tents outside the building. rallying to keep it from being sold. in april the postal service sa
of murder after the jury believed he was acting this self-defense. >>> a university professor accused of killing his wife by poisoning her appears in a west virginia courtroom today. friends and family are still in shock. we're taking a closer look at his possible motives. >>> president obama and hillary clinton are having lunch at the white house right now. lots of speculation surrounding what they're talking about. we're taking a closer look at this meeting. why is it so high profile. that's coming up. ♪ [ female announcer ] when your swapportunity comes, take it. ♪ what? what? what? [ female announcer ] yoplait. it is so good. and i have a massive heart attack right in my driveway. the doctor put me on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. go talk to your doctor. you're not indestructible anymore. [ male announcer ] you wait all year for summer. ♪ this summer was definitely worth the wait. ♪ summer's best event from cadillac. let summer try and pass you by. lease this cadillac srx for around $369 per
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in germany. we were just in defensive action. i was in the headquarters company at the infantry regiment and on the staff of the colonel with others. i had the rank of corporal. i escape the front line trench warfare but was subject accounts and artillery fire. spent much of the first birthday on the frontline, march 6th 1918. went out on patrol with the patrol group that night. we spent two months in that sector which was be cemented down. well, that was our first sector. two months later we were moved to another sector, the tool sector. .. >> thinks that it they have seen and done 85 years earlier. in fact, something i learned very quickly, people aged 100-113 is that at that age it's very much a matter of first and last out. and so most of these people could recall at least to some extent details of things they are done 80, 90, even 100 years earlier. there was a gentleman in fact named fred hale from new sharon main whom i interviewed in december of 2003 am one of the things we talked about was new year's day 1900. i'm not sure fred could of told him what he had for breakfast that mo
helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >>> welcome back. 23 minutes now past the hour. quick headlines for you. how does this happen? 1,000 inmates break out of a lybian prison. prisoners started a riot after security guards open fired on three that tried to escape. and pope francis drawing millions to rio's beach for the last night of world youth day. many have stuck around for an all night slumber party ahead of the final mass this morning. >>> mike, anna? >> you know what we're going to do, we have a history lesson. very interesting. >> very interesting. 23 minutes after the hour. we all know about washington and jefferson and adams but there is another group that helped gain american's independence and make it the country that it is today. that history some what forgotten about. >> our next guest is telling his story in their book. the founding conservatives author and professor from nyu, professor of the polytech institute. good to see you. >> thank you. >> i live on washington square park. washington
foreign countries to recognize their embargo, their national defense interest while it is not at all the one of other sovereign countries. >> do the europeans, and the french particularly, have no moral issues selling electronics or anything that could conceivably be used in weapons to iran? >> look, that is, first, a political question, and i disagree with the question itself. to the best of my knowledge, trading with iran on many commodities has absolutely nothing to do with the nuclear program of iran. >> you're client wasn't buying dresses. he wasn't buy tables. he was buying electronics. and he was sending them to iran. >> he was buying a lot of electrical components, and this is still not forbidden by any legislation other than your embargo. >> we're talking about tens of thousands of different items here. >> well, i mean, you can buy 50,000 plugs at 50¢ each. it doesn't make you a great criminal. >> she says nothing he bought meets the definition of arms that are restricted for sale under french law. but the justice department argues that kakavand was doing business in the u.
of stellar pitching, defense, and timely hitting. the crowd of well-wishers included giants hall of famer, willie mays. >> house a democratic leader nancy pelosi, along with sampras's go mayor italy were also in attendance. >> the time is 8:51 a.m.. here is a live look outside the mount tam cam. we will be right back rippl >> welcome back. we continue to track late spots. these are slowing was slight improvement a 80 south bound leading out of san leandro to union city. there was a crash at ripple wrote that involve about five to six vehicles. this is why the traffic is still slow. >> we are continuing to track the latest and to paula out so. both north and south bond on 1 01. this has traffic to 237. >> we are watching bay area weather. it will be cool or around the bay. we will see highs range from low 60's to 80s. it would be a warm-up for friday with a little less fog. we was see the highs climb back of the to the mid to upper 80s. >> angelina jolie plays a lot unrolls, actor, mother, you in ambassador and now she is adding another to the list, the top on an actress. forbes has unveil
budget that provides tax breaks for the wealthy and large corporations and unneeded increase in defense spending while slashing funding for medicaid, food stamps and women and children's funding has left appropriators with such small funding allocations that this bill was unworkable and unrealistic from the start. so here we are, slashing programs that serve and protect the most vulnerable among us, programs that are proven to save us money in the long run, and programs that support flexibility and accountability in our communities. we may disagree, mr. speaker, on how to keep our economy strong, but we should all agree that we must stop piling these cuts on the backs of seniors, the working poor, women, kids and the middle class. stop these cuts to our communities, we should reject this bill, unless it's grossly increased in the aggregate which it won't be as we know. so we should reject this bill. thank you, mr. chairman, i yield back the balance of my time. the chair: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from new york rise? >> i move
system. i don't think it's necessary. traditional self-defense is what is the standard of justice and it should be across this nation. the thought that you don't have to remove yourself from a violent situation if you can. you can just escalate that violence is unheard of for me. the numbers have increased tremendously since stand your ground has been in place in florida. >> what about the african-american reaction to the verdict? is there justifiable outrage there? >> i think there's justifiable outrage because the case was sort of botched from day one. let me say it similar to what the president said. if there's anyone in this country that believes that trayvon martin, if he had been of age could have walked around the neighborhood with a gun, legal, stalking george zimmerman or anyone who was a white person escalate a confrontation, shoot and kill that person and not be arrested that's outrageous. that's absolutely ludicrous. if you just flip the script you know how silly that sounds. an 18-year-old black kid walking around in a hoodie with a legal weapon, he can't follow someb
. >> shepard: the news begins anew. the defense it set to make the case for "whitey" bulger, charged with 19 brutal murders. the trial has already seen explosive testimony. screaming matches. lots of f bombs, and now there's a chance that "whitey" bulger himself may take the stand. also, we're hearing soon we'll get a verdict in the biggest leak of classified information this country has ever seen. a controversial case that could put army private bradley manning in prison for the rest of his life. we'll break down with the judge, judge andrew napolitano, but a whole water park is shut down now an young swimmer caught a deadly parasite, one that eats away your brain. we'll talk to a doctor about what families need to know on how to prevent it. that's all ahead, unless breaking news changes everything. on "studio b."
by the defense department in its base exchanges and to pursue bonding and revolving loans. i would like to mention finally the significant impact of sequestration on the budgetary cuts to the national park service and its related bureaus. sequestration was designed to be inflexible damage in and indiscriminate and it is. it is undermining the work we need to do one or many fronts. it's increasing our backlog is eroding our workforce and differing important work. to conclude the national park service will continue to pursue new and creative ways to address its funding needs and i want to thank our many partners who are here who have come to us with these ideas and i appreciate the support of congress to resolve this extraordinary challenge. thank you. >> director jarvis thank you very much. because of a number of senators here i'm going to ask one question. director jarvis can get us started and recognize their colleagues. director jarvis for decades the park service has recommended expanding the oregon caves national monument and one of the primary reasons has been because the existing
can not steal from domestic priorities to fix problems that across the board cuts caused in defense. bill: wow. peter doocy live on the north lawn of the white house. peter, good morning to you. why is the position so firmly against any cuts in the budget? >> reporter: because, bill, as the treasury secretary explained this weekend, the administration feels they have already done more than enough lately to get the debt under control. >> if you look at the amount of deficit reduction we're doing, we were just criticized by the imf for doing too much too soon, do more later and less now. in the international community i came back from meeting with finance ministers around the world. there is i think a consensus in the world community we to focus on growth. you can not just cut your way to growth. >> reporter: technically, actually already hit the debt limit back in may. the treasury secretary says the government has been using extraordinary measures to pay the bills since then. today the government really runs out of money, bill, sent 30th, got it. pushing towards 17 trillion. can't w
to tropical depression. civil defense officials are scaling back. sending personnel home. no reports of serious damage or flooding throughout. >>> the nfl training camp cranking into full swing. the league saying good-bye to one of its true greats. donovan mcnabb played 11 seasons for the philadelphia eagles and now is calling it quits. >> mcnabb led the eagles to 100 victories, nine in the playoffs. at the helm for one super bowl. number five hold every important franchise quarterbacking record. >> traded to the redskins in 2010. donovan mcnabb will always be remembered as an eagle. the team will retire his jersey in september. >> i tell you what. i grew up a giants fan, so when it came to the eagles and the redskins, there was no love, but you know what? i always admired donovan mcnabb. what a player. >> philadelphia loves this man. everything come to a stop when he is in town. he essentially is the giant of the game there for them. young people know him. obviously people, veterans watching the game for a long time. learn to love him. through out the years. though he was, did not r
while he was an intel analyst in baghdad. the defense argues that manning is a whistleblower. that he leaks the secrets in order to uncover abuses by the u.s. military in the war on iraq. but the prosecution contends that manning is nothing but a hacker. that he's not a whistleblower but a traitor. the most serious charges against him are aiding the enemy and espionage because many of them ended in the hands of bin laden. if convicted on either of the most serious charges the 25-year-old manning could spend the rest of his life in a military prison. >>> jim, at the pentagon, thank you. john kerry hosted israelis and palestians at the white house. the dinner is a symbolic start to the talks between the two parties. >>> two people were hurt when two trains collided head on in western switzerland. five of the people were recorded to have serious injuries. it's not clear what caused the crash. police are still searching this morning for an inmate who escaped from an arkansas jail. whole thing was caught on tape. you can see 33-year-old derrick estelle on the floor. moments later he gets u
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